How a New Medical School Aims to Address New Jersey's Physician Shortage
A new medical school coming to New Jersey will be the state's first private medical school and, officials hope, a key engine to address the physician shortage.
How Telemedicine Transforms Care, Reduces Costs
As medical practices of all sizes look at ways technology can increase efficiency while keeping costs under control, a House committee put a congressional microscope on the advances made in telemedicine in recent years.
Moving into the Age of Digital Health
As the days of the file folders crammed with patient information passes, the question becomes what doctors' offices will look like in the digital age.
The Cost of States Not Expanding Medicaid
States that chose not to take advantage of expanding Medicaid coverage with federal assistance are losing billions of dollars, according to a new study.
Why Too Much Market Optimism Might Not Be Good
Market sentiment has finally begun to turn around with optimism on the rise. However, some experts are viewing this as bad news for the current bull market.
ACA's Out-of-Pocket Costs Changing for 2015
In 2015, the level of affordability under the Affordable Care Act will be changing depending on the plan people signed up for, according to a report from Healthpocket.
Uninsured Rate Drops to 15%
Reports from 2 organizations found the benefits of the Affordable Care Act are being seen by the patients who needed the help most.
Welcoming Patients as Equal Partners
In tough economic times with the cost of healthcare increasing, a new study finds ways to make paying for care easier to understand and to bring costs down for all involved.
4 Tips for Surviving Stock Market Volatility
Retirees and pre-retirees alike will look to the income they make on investments to help carry them beyond their working days. Any turns in the stock market can hurt their plans for the future.
When Will You Run Out of Retirement Money?
While a retirement financial shortfall is of greatest concern to those in the lowest income brackets, there is still a risk of high-income earners being unable to sustain their lifestyles after retirement.
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